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Author: Misstaken13
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A trip through our cosmos
A visionary am I
Looking out over our galaxy
Seeing through my mind’s eye.

Pain, war, bloodshed and tears
Saddens me deeply
That we have been this way
For so many years.

Hatred and violence, toxins to our soul
Humanity must now come to realize
The time has come to make a change
All the pain has taken it’s toll.

It is a time to live
It is a time to love
It is a time to be at peace
And a time to be thankful for everything above.

A time to care for others
And love our fellow man
Humanity is in dire need
To open up our minds and expand.

Humanity has the potential
The capability to love
Deep down we want to be at peace
And have the ability to trust.

I see the strength of man from within
To find compassions and to share
We have all the power we need
To turn the pain away, pain we no longer can bear.

Living in a virtual world
True reality unknown
Nothing anymore is as it seems
It’s time for man to begin once again.

Submitted on 2012-04-21 18:09:30     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  It would be a beautiful place, if we all could live full of peace and love. (like heaven). Unfortunately our world is moving in
the opposite direction, running away from all that is sacred and true. We need visionaries for love, it is our greatest gift
from God. Very Good Poem.

Love of Christ,
| Posted on 2012-04-21 00:00:00 | by lynn7 | [ Reply to This ]

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